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I have been reading through some the forums about registered targets and keeping the classifications fair and honest.

Some clubs offer only certain dates and times for shooting targets and some are "wide open" and totally unsupervised.

What do clubs get for being a NSSA club or is there such a thing?

Shouldn't clubs supervise these targets and further have authority to adjust a shooters score if they witness their daily skills during friendly shooting to avoid sand bagging?

What does the NSSA do to enforce honesty and integrity in placing shooters into the correct class?

I have seen too many other sports unregulated only to find that when you honestly participate in a true class, you are competing against "sand baggers" that should be competing in a higher class.

Should I join the NSSA just to be disappointed when traveling to, and spending money only to find these types of situations?
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